The Best Late Night Burritos in Toronto
The best late night burritos in Toronto are overstuffed, portable attempts at hangover prevention. And even if they aren't quite enough to quell the effects of a night of rye, they usually succeed at hitting the spot when cravings flare at 2 a.m. The best late night burritos in Toronto seem to congregate around the core of Toronto's Club District, perhaps suggesting that a night of electronic music and stretchy mini dresses is best capped by wrapping it up.
Here is the list of the best late night burritos in Toronto.
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Fat Bastard is right. This West Queen West burrito joint has its namesake burritos, of course, plus quesadillas, poutine, deep fried Mars bars (!!) and other indulgent options that will surely wreak havoc on your diet. Ask for your burrito with chow mein noodles and consider splitting a "Huge" burrito between two people. Open until 3 a.m. on Thursdays, and 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. More »
This is the Burrito Boyz that started it all, and the one that continues to feed hungry clubgoers after last call (the one on College tends to the bar crowd). The halibut burrito is a definite winner among regulars, followed perhaps by the steak and cheese and chicken burritos respectively. This Burrito Boyz is known to garner a pretty impressive lineup (particularly on Friday and Saturday nights when it's open until 4 a.m.) so those in the know typically call ahead and skip the line when they arrive. More »
Located inside Lee's Palace, hungry concert-goers and area locals can grab an overstuffed yam burrito with all of the fixings from Big Fat Burrito late into the night. Newbies should note that this place takes spice seriously, so if you ask for hot, you'll definitely get hot. Indulging in the breakfast burrito can be a great way to cap off the night (or early morning). Open until midnight during the week, and 3 a.m. or later on weekends. More »
Formerly Burrito Boyz way back when, Burrito Bandidos has claimed this legendary corner and since reigned with spiced pulled pork and halibut burrito goodness. Dividing the after-club burrito-minded crowd, Burrito Bandidos tends to win over vegetarians with its particularly delicious bean and cheese burrito. Open until 4 a.m. on weekends and about 11 p.m. during the week. More »
Mmm...midnight pulled pork. Unlike many of the other late night burrito spots in Toronto, Burro Burrito actually has room to kick back and relax, allowing you to properly devour one of these mammoth wraps. The shrimp is a particular Burro favourite, along with the bean and cheese for vegetarian burrito-enthusiasts. Open past 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. More »
Shawarmas and burritos all at the same counter (not that there’s a shortage of either in the Entertainment District, mind you). This burrito joint certainly isn't the swankiest place around, but it will suffice if you're looking for something cheap, fast, and filling before heading home. With limited seating, be prepared to grab and go anytime before 4 a.m. on weekends. More »
Mucho Burrito on Queen is pretty fair for a chain burrito joint, though some would say charging extra for guacamole pretty much amounts to blasphemy. In any case, this location wins for its prime spot just a few steps away from the Osgoode subway station, offering shredded beef, chicken, and burrito options for the long ride home. Open past 3 a.m. on weekends, so at least you’ll have a burrito if you miss the last train. More »